- Judge Clarence Thomas' Views on the Fundamental Right to Privacy: A Report to the United States Senate Judiciary Committee
- Barbara Allen Babcock, Ernest W. McFarland, Christopher F. Edley, Thomas C. Grey, Marie B. Sweitzer, Sylvia A. Law, Frank I. Michelman, Robert C. Post, Norman Redlich, Judith Resnik, Orin B. Evans, Steven H. Shiffrin
- The Black Scholar, Vol. 22, No. 1/2, The Clarence Thomas Confirmation: The Black Community Responds (Winter 1991-Spring 1992), pp. 138-143
- Subjects: Law, Political Science
- Key terms: natural, judge, privacy, constitutional, nominee, abortion, senator, court, senate, right, constitution, justice, supreme, lehrman, unenumerated, roe, fetus, amendment, fundamental, judiciary, woman, protection, nomination, judicial, liberty
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